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Become Your Own Matchmaker

Eight Easy Steps for Attracting Your Perfect Mate
Narrated by: Patti Stanger
Length: 5 hrs and 15 mins
4 out of 5 stars (205 ratings)

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"If you've ever found yourself picking off your nail polish, sitting in your sweats with an empty carton of Ben & Jerry's, wondering, "Where are all the good men, and why isn't a gorgeous one standing shirtless in my kitchen mixing me up a pomegranate mojito?" I hate to tell you this, but it's your own fault. Not to worry - I'm here to help you make that fantasy a reality, with one major addition: you'll be sipping that mojito with a big, glittering diamond ring on your left hand.

"Sounds too good to be true? It isn't. As a third-generation matchmaker and the president of one of the world's most elite dating services - the Millionaire's Club - I've put myself in the enviable position of being friend, confidante, and relationship counselor to men and women the world over. I know what the good guys want in a wife, and what sends them screaming into the night. Now I'm sharing their secrets with you.

"I've compiled my best tried-and-true advice and I'm going to tell you the things that even your best friend doesn't have the courage to break to you. If you follow my formula, the man of your dreams will appear in your life, and you can be in a committed, monogamous relationship with him in less than a year. Get ready - I'm about to show you how to make all your relationship dreams come true."

©2009 Patti Stanger (P)2009 Simon and Schuster

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Very beneficial. I loved it

Very helpful, went through things I needed to learn. I will definitely be applying all she taught me. I love this book by Patti and I think mote matchmakers should make books

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Best advice yet

Clear, concise, executable; none sense free and you know what? I met THREE guys the first day I listened to the book after leaving the gym and heading to lunch. Seems to work!

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loved it!

Patti knows how to attract the perfect mate. great advice,
loved that she is the narrator!

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Great audio

Love patty's advice. I'm glad I can listen to this. Will listen again
The three C to a relationship good advice

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Loved this!!!!

Absolutely loved this book right from the start!!! Would highly recommend it for all my single ladies out there!! Thanks Patti!!

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BEWARE The Title is misleading

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I was disappointed in a positive way. The title made me think the book would be more gender neutral. I like Patti (Author) so don't want this to sound to negative. This book was written by a woman for women. FEMALES: If you are looking for a book that tells you step by step how to go from meeting a man to marriage, this is book is well written with lots of stories. MEN: Patti knows what she is talking about, for both men and women. The book is worth the read/listen to. Especially if you want to know that the other side is being taught. As a man I did get some ahha's, but had to pay attention because it was all aimed toward the female... Hope this helps.

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Great Info to work with

Where does Become Your Own Matchmaker rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I place it at # 4 on my top 10 list.

What other book might you compare Become Your Own Matchmaker to and why?

None. I make sure I don't purchase the same types of books.

Which character – as performed by Patti Stanger – was your favorite?

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Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The book was very informative and I have made a few changes in how I view possible situation.

Any additional comments?

Thanks Patti for sharing your information for the rest of us to use.

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Not about equality for sure...

I like Patty the guidance given in the book is pretty good. What I would like to see more of is advice for men I feel like a lot of her position puts the responsibility on the female to be perfect not so much the man working to also develop a relationship.

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“It’s called dating because you are dating many people. Read this book. Give yourself some power”

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Misogynistic Garbage

The only redeeming part of this book was her own story. I wish she made this book more about her background, trials, and triumphs instead of "how to get a husband". Most of the book should have been titled "how to forget everything you've ever known about your likes and dislikes, and instead create an entire false persona to become what men want". As a woman this book was incredibly insulting.